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The Best Network Marketing Books 2011

 

 

Business For Home is compiling a list for the best Network Marketing / Multi Level Marketing books. Please comment below if we missed a great book!

 

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Hall Of Fame Network Marketing Books

The results after 451 votes (27 november 2011)

RankNr.TitleAutorVotes
1
1
Business of 21st Century
Robert Kiyosaki
81
2
2
Your First Year in Network Marketing
Mark Yarnell
73
3
3
Building Your Network Marketing Business
Jim Rohn
46
4
4
How to Build a Multi Level Money Machine
Randy Gage
32
5
5
The Greatest Networkers In The World
John Milton Fogg
29
6
6
Beach Money Creating Your Dream Life Through Network Marketing
Jordan Adler
28
7
7
Being the Best You Can Be in MLM
John Kalench
22
8
8
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Network Marketing Professionals
Stephen R. Covey
21
9
9
The 45 Second Presentation
Don Failla
23
10
10
Chicken Soup for the Network Marketers Soul
Jack Canfield
17
11
11
Network Marketing for Dummies
Zig Ziglar
12
12
12
Big Al Tells All
Tom Schreiter
11
13
13
100 percent Confidence
Ed Ludbrook
10
14
14
How To Sell Network Marketing Without Fear, Anxiety Or Losing Your Friends
Michael Oliver
9
15
15
Mailbox Money The Promise Of Network Marketing
Richard Bliss Brooke
8
16
16
Raising a Giant
Bob Crisp
7
17
17
Success In 10 Steps - Secret MLM Strategies
Michael Dlouhy
5
18
18
The Most Important Minute In Your Network Marketing Career
Ken Dunn
5
19
19
From Here To Having It All in Network Marketing
Ken Dunn
4
20
20
Future Choice Why Network Marketing May Be Your Best Career Move
Michael S. Clouse
4
21
21
The Fifth Principle The Secret To Network Marketing Greatness
Michael S. Clouse
4
22
23
451

 

Business of 21st Century	Robert Kiyosaki

Your First Year In Network Marketing - Mark Yarnell Building Your Network Marketing Business - Jim Rohn How to Build a Multi Level Money Machine - Randy Gage

1. Robert T. Kiyosaki

2. Mark Yarnell

3. Jim Rohn

4. Randy Gage

The Greatest Networkers In The World - John Milton Fogg

Beach Money Jordan Adler

Being the Best You Can Be in MLM - John Kalench The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Network Marketing Professionals	Stephen R. Covey

5. John Milton Fogg

6. Jordan Adler

7. John Kalench 8. Stephen R. Covey

The 45 second Presentation - Don Failla

Chicken Soup for the Network Marketers Soul - Jack Canfield Network Marketing For Dummies -  Zig Zaglar Big Al Tells All - Tom Schreiter

9. Don Failla

10. Jack Canfield 11. Zig Zaglar 12. Tom Schreiter

100% Confidence - Ed Ludbrook

How To Sell Network Marketing Without Fear, Anxiety Or Losing Your Friends - Michael Oliver Mailbox Money The Promise Of Network Marketing - Richard Bliss Brooke Raising a Gaint - Bob Crisp

13. Ed Ludbrook

14. Michael Oliver 15. Richard Bliss Brooke 16. Bob Crisp

Success In 10 Steps - Secret MLM Strategies - Michael Dlouhy

The Most Important Minute In Your Network Marketing Career - Ken Dunn From Here To Having It All In Network Marketing - Kenn Dunn Future Choice Why Network Marketing May Be Your Best Career Move - Michael S. Clouse

17. Michael Dlouhy

18. Ken Dunn 19. Ken Dunn 20. Michael S. Clouse

The Fifth Principle The Secret To Network Marketing Greatness - Michael S. Clouse

     

21. Michael S. Clouse

   

Comments (25)

  1. Ted, no list of Network Marketing iconic reads would be complete without including something from my good friend Tom ‘Big Al’ Schreiter. Tom’s ‘Big Al’ series is massively educational in building an MLM business, packed with golden nuggets and all held together with a healthy dose of humour – crackin’ stuff for any new or old networker alike. Drop at least one in from Tom’s epic series, like ‘Big Al Tells All’, and that would get my vote!

  2. Where did you get this list from??

    Don Failla’s 45 seconds/The Basics is best selling book ever – sold more than all these books put together.

    Big Al’s books will have sold more than all put together as well.

    Ed Ludbrook’s 100% Success Basics & Tidalwave are global best-sellers.

    Mary Christiansen’s are in biggest sellers now

    Jan Ruhe’s books have sold more than 12 of 16 of these books

    Kiyosakis books like Business of 21st Century

    You have to take the CDs out. Jim Rohn’s and Covey’s 7 Habits.

  3. Great idea yet weird list of non-entity books…??!! I’ve been in industry for ages and never heard of half these books!

    Look on knowledge is king.co.uk or amazon.com
    Most haven’t been translated!!!

    The best selling Network Marketing books are… [so i was told]

    Don Failla’s 45sec [used to be called The Basics] – 5million+, 25+ languages

    the million sellers….
    Be the best – Kalench – many languages
    Ed Ludbrook’s 100% Confidence [used to be called The Big Picture] , 20+ languages
    Tom Schrieter’s Big Al Tells All, 20+ languages
    Your first Year – Yarnells [best seller on Amazon for years]
    Greatest Networker – Fogg – a few languages
    Business of 21st century – Kijosaki – prob a million in last year!
    Wave 3/4 series – huge sellers in end of 90s

  4. I have attended scores of incredible live seminars with fabulous leaders and the absolute “Top of the Heap” for me is still John Kalench. Bless his heart and may he rest in peace as he is no longer with us. His books read like his live seminars did with sincerity, authenticity and wisdom like a new law of reciprocity! He seriously changed lives! I wish that every person could read them whether they are in NWM or not. Brilliant masterpieces you created my dear friend, John! So many of us still truly miss you.

  5. Hi Ted, There are many good books for Network Marketing practitioners as you have listed however when you mention of the book I would recommend to a prospect, the book “Copycat Marketing” by Burke Hedges straightaway came to my mind. It is a simple read and small enough to attract would be prospects that are lazy to read – in case if you meet up with one. Cheers!

  6. Don Failla 45 second presentation wins hands down every single time.

    Yes the other books are great training material as well. I enjoyed Randy Gage’s book .. but it’s not for newbies, it’s more for MLM scientists. all the other books cover specific areas as well in personal development, mindset, etc. and are great when you are IN the business and trying to get to the next level, but won’t get you started.

  7. After 19 years in the industry Ed Ludbrook’s 100% Confidence does the job for me as it explains WHY the industry is booming again, and we all know that UNDERSTANDING leads to BELIEF which leads to CONFIDENCE to taking ACTION and getting RESULTS as John Kalench set out in his classic WHEEL OF MOTIVATION.

  8. Thanks so much for this list. I’ve read a few of these books, but was not aware of many others, including some mentioned that were not on the list. I am bookmarking this for future reference.

  9. The 45 second presentation. Don Faila.

    This book is so important, especially for “newbies”, as it teaches a simple to learn and follow system.

    Let’s face it, if “newbies” don’t get past 1st base, they aren’t going to build and move on to greater things where the “deeper” books will be an asset.

  10. In my opinion the best book ever written on Network Marketing in “Do This. Get Rich-For Network Marketers” by Jim Britt I have read most of the others and this one is over the top the best ever!

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